CCS Internships Program

Integrative, Project-Focused, Hands-On

The Center for Computational Science (CCS) offers several types of internships, and is open to UM students as well as students from other institutions. UM students are offered the opportunity to become an undergraduate or graduate CCS Fellow. These fellowships are unpaid, but provide the student with direct access to CCS services and expertise.  CCS also offers voluntary internships to skilled members of the public who seek to increase their knowledge of computational science.

CCS Intern at RSMAS uses soldering toolComputational science is an interdisciplinary field. All CCS programs are integrated with one or more academic departments and areas of interest. Researchers are involved in high-level projects that have smaller component projects, spin-off projects, or exploratory projects that are focused and time limited to suit an internship. Interns would work the hours agreed with the mentor, and be responsible for their own piece of the project. CCS internships thus provide true experiential learning experiences in that they are integrative, project-focused, and hands-on.

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